I am honored that my two sculpture pieces, “Vertebrae” and “This Is My Body” has been accepted in the “LOST AND FOUND” exhibit at the Umbrella Arts Center Gallery
40 Stow Street
Dates: Nov 17- Dec 30, 2022
Juried by Jessica Strauss
Three professional models and six talented photographers at today’s Creating Your Vision photography workshop! The results are six uniquely creative perspectives. Can’t wait to see the results!
Cool to see "Consciousness" juried into the super show!
"Space" juried group show
Art League of Rhode Island
80 Fountain Street
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Love when model shoots organically grow into a gallery exhibit!
Honored that “Nearly Midnight” with model Sara Joy has been juried into the 6th Annual Art of Darkness Exhibition at the
1970 Pawtucket Ave, East Providence, Rhode Island
Dates: October 8th– November 16, 2022
Gallery Opening Thursday, October 27, 6-9 PM
Sunday, September 25, 11- 1pm at Aloft Providence Hotel, we will once again have our Creating Your Vision photography workshop which is open to all!
4 models including Destiny Manton, Melanie Moore, Francie Eannarino and Tess Bradley with the theme of Thrift Store Fashion Queens in the chic interior of one of Providence's most beautiful hotels!
Open to all!
More info here:
Cool to see “Connectivity” in the “Creating Peace” University of Rhode Island Gallery!
80 Washington Street
Providence, Rhode Island
Opening reception is: Thursday 9-15-22
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A photoshoot is so much fun with interestingly chill models and a fun location like @aloftprovidencedowntown!
“Nobody can get to that last thing. We keep on living in hopes of catching it once and for all.”
We are planning another #CreatingYourVision photography workshop on September 25, 11-1 pm. Stay tuned for details including a cool location!
During a recent artist talk, I was reminded of the Cool Cats of New England series which I need to dust off and add some new cats.
Maybe there were no villains in your story at all. Just men and women, trying to do their best by each other. And failing.
(From the Red Boot Project)